Monday, November 2, 2009

Who Is the MVP?

My thinking through four games was that if the Yankees win, A-Rod is the MVP based on what he's done in the last two games and throughout the postseason. But I had completely forgotten about Mo, who really is easy to take for Granted. Mo has shutdown the opposing offense in three straight games, with the first being a two inning performance. A-Rod didn't hit in game two, but Mo pitched. With that being said, who would you peg as the MVP if we win?

8 comments:

JeterIsGod said...

If Mo gets save tonight...him. Although if AJ pitches another gem, he may get my vote.

Roberto E. Alejandro said...

That is a good point. AJ was huge in game 2, and another big night by him makes him a strong contender for the MVP.

JeterIsGod said...

How come you guys stopped tweeting? How bout some tonight for old times sake?

cheshirecat9 said...

I need to see how the rest of the series plays out, but right now my vote is for Mariano. He has done the job and I feel confident seeing him come in.

Roberto E. Alejandro said...

I'm afraid the Twitter account was in my name and since I've moved to England I can't follow the games live anymore. I tried, but staying up to 5am isn't as easy as it used to be for me. I won't be tweeting tonight I'm afraid, but maybe we'll have to find a way to incorporate it again.

Anonymous said...

My vote goes to Mo, because the bullpen has been so inconsistent we need Mo for more than 3 outs. I don't know if we would be up 3-2 if we didn't have Mo.

Roberto E. Alejandro said...

Mo will likely be the player to have played a role in every Yankees win, so there's a strong case to make for Mo.

Fernando Alejandro said...

A-Rod should be in that MVP consideration big time. For me its likely between A-Rod, Damon and Mariano. Those three have been otherwordly since getting to the world series.